Golden Age Wonder Woman

Golden Age Wonder Woman
Dex:  12   Str:   8   Body:    6
Int:   9   Will: 10   Mind:   10
Infl: 10   Aura:  9   Spirit: 10
Initiative: 33  Hero Points:  70

Running: 6
Telepathy: 11

Acrobatics: 4
Charisma: 10
Vehicles: 10

Advantages:  Area Knowledge (Paradise Island), U.S. Armed Forces (Home Front/Low); Lightning Reflexes; Sharpe Eye

Drawbacks: Secret Identity; Loss Vulnerability: If her Bracelets are chained together by a man, her Str drops to 4 AP's until she is freed.

Alter Ego: Diana Prince

Motivation: Upholding the Good
Occupation: Nurse, Army Officer
Wealth: 5

BRACELETS [Body: 20]

Lasso of Truth [Str: 12, Body: 22, Control: 15] Limitation: Control can only be used to force a captured target tell the truth.

INVISIBLE AIRPLANE [Str 8, Body: 13, Invisibility: 10, Flight: 8, R#: 2]

Source: World at War Sourcebook, page 125
also see: Modern Age

Ed's Notes: Just as with Superman, she goes from this relatively weak form to a Silver Age Version of Str: 45 (!) back to just a slightly improved version of this entry in the Modern Age.  Still... THE INVISIBLE JET... eh... AIRPLANE! With... um... No guns. Or Weaponry. At all. And of course the most sexist Superhero weaknesses in Comic Book History. And... Not sure how to actually USE the character, but for reference's sake: Here you go!

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1 comment:

  1. By this time they have a scripter very fond of bondage, so he is responsible for such sexist drawback, but then on those comics Wonder Woman got tied up too many times (the man was enjoying), he got first a note of attention on behalf the company, then he just left for good, and this particular drawbackwas soon removed.